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EXTRA JOURNAL. 




Whig Candidates for Congress. 

1ST DISTRICT. 

j. i.. d. mokkison. 
justin'iiTklan. 
giles spking. 

5TII DISTRICT. 

O. H. BROWSING. 
CYHUS n WALKER. 

joh'nj.'iIarSin. 

THE P0BL1C LANDS. 

lonure by which the General Govornmen 
hold [he public lands. The facte in tho cas 
arc presented in tho following article. 1 



this proviso. that [Ley sbnll be di-jins,.! of/ni- 
the btnef.t of a! I the Statu. It willbe entirely 
beyond iho power of the General Govern- 



bo by distribution. Else the avails wil 
ay tho salaries of public officers, build 
ighl-houses, dec. on tho Atlantic. The 
.Vesl oblmning no equivalent for the va: 
.urns drained from tin- [ir.clietsof her cuiz.'n 



' "l,„m n".°V-,. '.i.'o'.'Y, '«'! ,',l '. 



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■Us us, now, after Ojiposi.ig p rotor: ion f 

always for protection. But this no 
iot reached O. R. Ficklin, Esq. wli. 
sued his circular. Ho really supposed 

tion of the free laborers of this counlrj 
it of tlio pauper population of foroigr 
tries. He had not read tho letter of Gon 
ion to Dr. Coleman, (or ho had forgot 






■ClinWS LNTUHULAR." 
These were Mr. Ficklin'e views 
is dazzled by an office in prosp 
loIo history shows that lie figlits fi 
Tho whigs can have his services at 



I whig posl-mos- 
it, and Iho ap. 



Phis 



eyed in .giicnlcnro! Comi 
,ini. 0.1 lie remedy. Tal 



And so, O. E. Ficklin, supposing t 
was on tho true democratic scent (a 

by-llin-byo lie i* lint yet familiar wilh,' 

cr.'Hn' principles at lliedato of his circi " 

"T '„„,.„„ IS NUT At nillKISKD m 



dually passed over it, and in hip vaga 



-""•' "enlivorth u [.laying wilh Cipn 
Tyler. Wontworlh has givon in hii prh-utt 
adhesion to llieCaplain. and llio capli 
given him Iho powor over the post offices 
All Wontworlh asks or desires is 10 hoc 
wink Iho caplain until ho shall ho olectod 
Congress. Wenlworlh has done a good 1 



10 has found trouble by pledging 
office to moro than one individual. Went, 
worth is now absent from Chicago, nnd his 
paper occasionally gives his patron, tl 
'.nin, severe thrusts, hut 10 keep all straight 

along wilh what ho calls "Me vth'g 
titration" at Washington. This is a great 

b:..-.iii,.-* I"> r in- pi rMs concerned. 



or riiE Tuino Distbi 
B. Ficklin, said O. II. : 
llh, 1835i June, 181 

Rt' ANY PRIN-flieonforv'i 

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■..'■I. nil...- 1 1 Illll III-. .1,. .11..., ,11! 



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„,g. al 13 und . I»lr c.1.1 



THE "McALLISTER AMD 3 rBBflttfil 
BONDS " 

following arliclo: 



KM.'... 



M. J»hllEO-l. 



icircouotry. Not. ..tin en 1,0 pla.nc, 

ice olncncd dial a Ceo market for U..1.1I 
aoiiiin Ihc United Stales would b» or more 

junlry. Let tho pjuple. pe....luf 1.1.0.1 lac;. 






1 wuh woiuworih. fe,i;;;i;"!;!^ ";;:.;;, ;; ; ,';:,',';:.'.":: , J .i;:!:.'.;e ;.„„„. !v caii.ci. *.•.!, u,... 

T 1'l.c Mount Ca.mcl kee„.c „ ,.M,„. , ,-,■, .i.c . ,k^ "^'^J'^ S" 1 '^' „"' ^\ I „f i!,o lasl Legislature. Illl 



:l,c Mount Cuimcl Ucgi. 



ichclJby llio whole ..In? pan;. 



whig 



..gins." The 



,3 J ,.l,..ulilcr. 2aSJ, 






(fJ-Col. "'oil 
.1,0 sixth D.alrici 
up of domogogis 



PROTECTION OF AMERICAN LABOR 

Thn Slolo Register would inlimnto thai 

Mr. Wedsier is Hov ready lo abandon tho 

pvinciploof prolccling American l.ibor.and 



STUMP SPEAKING. 



Wo ho 


8 no confide 


ro.liowen 


r,in Iho su 






W. Tho 




enough. 




a few yon 


sand u w 


HIVcl m 






n.ry by f 








-inged or r 


pooled, 


o wish Iho 


net dono 


y our opp 






d not by I 


oaty. « 


do not . 






ower of 0. 


govern.. 






of duties o 








should I 




irablo for Ihc country. 




■1 ready 


csporienced 


,l-.ili. „!:..■, 


enough b 



Whig Meetings at (ho Capitol. 

On Friday night last there was a larj 

SlV.0, fiol-lal l!.pSl:,:c Ilo-ls.-.n!" which (.■:»! 



tiicaUJi-i-sAPB ci' ihcsc ^.-utloiiion. Tho meet- 
ing odjournod to Saturday night. 

On Saturday night dipt. Guar resumed 
tho chair, and tho meeting was addiosso'J by 
Mr. [Kv^.ofljoul. .ii ii s;.. ■■.!.. \i;i!.ii.i-_Ml, u 






..ilk. 



ngriculturo. Thcro o 



Want ■'< '• fir.- ; rni::ilitu, 

thorough understanding of i 
part of tho people. 



i larifT. Tho simple 



at iin.-y purchase from our people Ilcnco 
. Register; and all your figures can do is to 



ih'.- K< j stcr ii l-s be b'.:lii.-vu ; iho "d- moo 
cy an; gainst all Banks." Well, what d 
-Mr. Van Boron say on ihia aubjeel in his 
lor lo tho Indiana Committee ? Hear hi 



ticlo nio dcmocralic 



zitionand intrigue. One of the s 






■::,-:,! .,.,. 



j President of iho W. 



3 adapted, andthu i:>- M.g a 



pah- of his buildings; giving tho pon 



Whig Meeting at the Capitol. 

of \\'| 1 .-,tromu,ir rfi,: ;, u u „f i\y: S::n, r , M . 

II. Ccar. .if .I.m II iv ■ >,.,;>, w;s calie.I 

to II.- f.-ur anil. II. M i; :,,ny. u !S,n.v 






I M. ;m 



Tlia Present rcanmaj Urn chair; an J J. 
M. Davis. Ii*|. of BjiiI county, adJrosaed 
tho meeting. [It, wosjol lowed by A. Lw- 
coln. Ii*.,., W l,o S ...!. ? e<piilly..ilr.^ U :cl llw 



i'-. K v..::-:: 






.-„-: 






.■;iul. I tliou he |-r.iju-,.-.l ;u a 



monls which can bo had al the Tribu 



itably '.on. I to huovy 



! :!.- I'!.'. .. :. ;:■> lli.ij.i-.-i.i. 



; U--.|,!„r, U fK*l 



BANK OR NO BANK. 

The locos of Missouri are divided on t 

mbject. A portion or ihem are in favor 

exclusive specie currency. In St. Louis 



wink* IVnn, of 1I1O Reporter, continues th 
champion oflho latter. So tlieso two apt 
ciea of democracy in St. Louis — the hard 
and the softs — have their new.*r>f>per or^u:- 
They are already showing their little fists n 
cich other, and wc shall uniiuesln>nal.ly nil 



dard. winch goes for an exclusive specie cur- 
rency, hua raised l lie flag of Martin Van 
Buren for President ; the fnhei of the. 'Safe- 
ly Fund'-' Banking System in New York, and 
who but liltlo more than three months ago 
declared it as his undisguised opinion, that 
.'paper money would continue to form a part 



MR 


VAN IiLKEN AND THE TARIFF. 




r. Van Buron's Indiana letter did not 






They were ready to admit that it read every 




— and meant noilm.q an-l civtv linn" 


Bit 


tilia did not satisfy them. They « is!.. .] 


Mr 




Jlal-foolcd, and tell whether he was in favor 


of the present tariff, or not. This ho has ft. 






Mr 


Rilchio alone; buttho old gemkni.-u: lias 


hee 


simple enough to publish it. That let- 



..rnipl :1 -,.| |....i!,. ,:,.. |.:,:n, ij, I,.,, v...;,,,- 

"J' '; ."Si«"iZ,"";"'„"':~'\'"i ":""'" ,,'"",", 

!,' ',',!'.'l''a j'i'll.,", !'"nu'J.' ""'"'" '")'', '™' «^'' 

JLet the light Shine. 






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•■■: i= M-in-led. as to.:, ■ ■■ „ s " 1,,,, ,.,.. ,,..." ,;' '.' ; . , ; ' i ^ ... [] ,, iii :1 

be startling news to Mr. Van Buron's >,""- "' '■'■' ' ..,• .iivic,.-,, „,,../,.,,,, „i n„ 

friends in the North, ifhe has any: and they ' ", " 
will be very likely to agree with Mi II , 

C. Calhoun in his description of that gentle u L 

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.'. rut: .\mriiii-\n i.Mi.ntr.i;. i, .. i 

sisllrSlll?^^ 



POLITICAL ECONOMY 
ly-livo cen... " [The El 



■"■''[' '' |/-U'-... P !. ,..» .ii 



Sri;^];.;/ J/.v 1 . 









ie leaders of the cclf-slyled demoewe' 

:trine of the party. That paper usee 

lowing language : 



zx;;:, 
"I'm 'u'i'i'i' ' 

ft""." !■■■■ ~| • I- '...'■ i u .'■','.'."„ .". .:'."'.' ..." 

'■; '• , ! ";,'• ; "»-; i:....uj,.. ... 



I l.o Belleville Advocate, another paper of 

c.-rune pol.ii.-i jjnriv. t.-a.l.ly ailu..:-) tl.e fuM, 
id brings Mr. Van lSunr.i. to prove that di- 



l-b.it i-ni-.-r of l.i-l Tliiir...!., 



■'):': ;' ; i, " ; V\"",' ; • '■■' ; '^ 



'i-'m:.:'"';.'.;" 1 ';:,:'!':;;::; 1 ; 



..../ HALF A Mil LION ill- I 



LARS, 



the U.S. Constitution) about onr Ihirhj-tourlh 

Such is the doctrine avowed by Mr. Van Bu- 

It is clearly and unequivocally in favor of di. 
reel taxation. And yet, the -Slat-- Krister, 



THE BANIt 


OPT LAW. 


The Register says this 




measure." If so, M 


Van Buren and 


Johnson must share "I 


its infamy." 



s benefit! to the '-pakct 



Ju-l.-u \Wgaud Mr. M'lu^rU were , 
tructed by Hie Lej^l.-iin-e of v.: a Sijh Uj vo 
or the Distribution, They disobeyed Oio i 






hriPjes I'Nbli^lir.-.J hy the Di'inoerat ng'inni 
Dr. Richard Morfhy. Those charges fully 
to "the character and motives" of lb e 
person who circulated them. 

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